You know, sometimes I think you guys don't want to have any fun.
Ok, here's my qualm. It seems to me that you guys have more fun shooting down big trade possibilities or draft hopeful situations than enjoying what could be. We all know that it may be illogical to trade up into the top 10 to get McFadden, We know it would be next to impossible to get Chad Johnson here, but as I remember that's one of the reasons I watch football.
The off season is, as Charles Dickens so eloquently put it, "The best of times, and the worst of times". I hate waiting for football season to start, I absolutely hate it. On the other hand, those trades that could happen, the unlikely player coming in that you thought wouldn't but hoped so bad would, a draft day trade for an explosive weapon...all these things are what makes football great. Instead of sitting back, disbanding every theory someone has, sit back and think "What if this did happen". The reason I watch football is because of the excitement.
Now I'm not trying to call anyone out here, or stir up something or anything. I just think if you sat back and immersed yourself in the excitement of possibilities rather than always just wanting to be right and logical you might enjoy the game more. I understand the whole "This is serious stuff here" and all that, and it is. Contracts are complicated, draft picks are even more complicated, and just overall football general management situations are tougher. I'm not a GM though. It's not my job to be business savvy. I'm a fan, it's my job to enjoy the game I love so much.
I know D-mac probably wont be a cowboy next year and I know Chad Johnson probably wont either, but dammit I like to dream ok. Rather than tell everybody how ridiculous it is thinking these players are coming on in, sit back and think about how great it could be if they did. Tell me that doesn't put a smile on your face. Jerry didn't become a billionaire on logic alone my friend, I'm sure he dreamed along the way too...and with great risk can come great reward. Just remember that. Enjoy the rest of your off season guys, it's gonna be a great year.